Monthly Archives: March 2006

It’s My Day!

I wrote in my diary a year ago – “Growing old is everyone’s business. There will always be someone younger than you, and always someone older than you. The point is not in comparing your age to someone else’s, but … Continue reading

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Moving on

Aya, together with her classmates, has only two more days to go in her current class, the Momo (Japanese word for peach) class. Starting next month, the start of the fiscal year in Japan, she will be moving to the … Continue reading

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Back to Gaming…(sort of)

The last game I’ve ever played on PS2 was Final Fantasy X (FFX), about four years ago. That was about the time when Aya was born. Since we had to spend many a night wide awake tending to her, we … Continue reading

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Kafunsho

While others are celebrating the beginning of spring already, we “kafunsho” or hay fever patients are suffering in every sense of the word. We were lucky in that we didn’t experience the symptoms as early as February, as in some … Continue reading

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Water Vortex

I’ve created a separate category for blogs about Aya’s experiments (see “Experiments” – what a no-brainer, eh?). Last week we performed a so-called “bottle tornado,” where we created a water vortex using two PET bottles. For this experiment, we used … Continue reading

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